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Holyoke Chair
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Holyoke Chair

The Holyoke Chair, a symbol of Harvard’s presidency since the 18th century.

Holyoke Chair
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When The President Took A Seat

Though the chair’s course through Harvard’s history is vacuous at best, its role in Harvard’s presidential tradition is iconic today.

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Courtside Hustle

Maureen Tang acknowledges the intensity of dancing for a stadium with a capacity to seat 20,000, particularly since the event can be televised to “millions” more.

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Back to Boston: The Office of Returning Citizens

FM sat down with Kevin R. Sibley, who works to reintegrate the 3,000 individuals who return to Boston each year from incarceration.

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WDHPD?

In a time with so much talk about who the next president will be, it is logical to wonder: Do people actually know what Harvard's president does?

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'A Living Fossil'

“People still talk about it, because it really is an exemplar of collaboration, of discovery,” he continues, as we stare up the trunk through the (now bare) branches.

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Behind @PoeticPoison

Caroline R. Kaufman’s ’21 Instagram account @PoeticPoison now has more than 200,000 followers, but it started as a secret.

David Haig
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David, David, & DNA

“Everybody’s story is wrong about who they are and where they came from.”

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Amanda Gorman (front)

Amanda Gorman was awarded for her poetry as the nation's first-ever Youth Poet Laureate.

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Hey Professor: Tell Us About Korea's Unified Olympic Team

"It’s very important that the two Koreas are taking the initiative themselves to resolve the problem. That, to me, is a very hopeful thing."

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American Lyricist

Amanda S. C. Gorman '20 is the first Youth Poet Laureate of the United States and a self-described future candidate for the U.S. presidency.

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